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performance appraisal of junior staff in public organizations (a case study of national electric power authority (n.e.p.a) enugu district office)
PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL OF JUNIOR STAFF IN PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS (A CASE STUDY OF NATIONAL ELECTRIC POWER AUTHORITY (N.E.P.A) ENUGU DISTRICT OFFICE)
Every manager in organizations takes action everybody, which affects people.
Most often he may create or avoid problems support or suppress creativity, inspire on frustrate his punition of the human organization.
It becomes ever clearer when considered from the view point of appraising performances of his subordinates. Hence, the ability of most organization to appraise the performance of their employees accordingly has resulted in low productivity.
Relevant literatures were reviewed and this exposed the views of various researchers on performance appraisal. And the procedures used for the collection of data were the questionnaires and oral interview. The stratified random sampling method was used to choose the respondents.
From the analyzed data, it was discovered that the results of the yearly performance evaluation were mostly used as the basis for personal decision. Hence, the appraisal system seems to have tremendous impact on promotion, termination and increment of salaries of junior employees of National Electric Power Authority (NEPA).
It was recommended among other things that performance appraisal of junior employees should not be the only basis through which they are promoted or receive their increments and other benefits.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
1.1 Background and need of the study
1.2 Statement of problem / research questions
1.3 Objectives / purpose of the study
1.4 Formulation of he hypothesis
1.5 Significance of the study
1.6 Scope of the study
1.7 Limitations of the study
1.8 Definition of terms
2.2 Evolution of the concept
2.3 Meaning and purpose of performance appraisal
2.4 Appraisal objectives
2.5 Approaches to the performance appraisal
2.6 Performance appraisal methods
Presentation and analysis of data
3.1 Summary findings